For older adults experiencing age-related vision impairment, Pacific ClearVision Institute has expanded its services to provide cataract treatment and surgery. Proper cataract treatment can improve issues like light sensitivity, cloudy vision, declining night vision, and difficulty reading, all common symptoms of aging eyes.
Interested parties can learn more at https://pcvi.com/treatments-eugene/cataract
This service expansion offers elderly individuals in the Eugene area an affordable and professional cataract treatment to reverse vision loss due to aging. Pacific ClearVision Institute offers up-to-date cataract surgery options, including variable power and adjusting lenses. These options can provide patients with improved vision at near and far distances simultaneously, meaning less dependency on corrective glasses.
More than 50% of elderly Americans have experienced vision impairment due to cataracts. Symptoms include double vision, clouded vision, difficulty seeing at night or up close, and an inability to see in full color. These symptoms can potentially be dangerous, especially for driving, operating machinery, or crossing the road.
Pacific ClearVision Institute works directly with patients’ primary care doctors to decide the best treatment for each individual’s needs. Often, the best option is cataract surgery, the most common surgical procedure done by the doctors at Pacific ClearVision Institute. Staff and doctors walk patients through the process of cataract surgery so that they know what to expect beforehand. Using the latest technology, Pacific ClearVision Institute can provide patients with lenses that have multiple focal lengths, increasing their potential freedom from glasses.
About Pacific ClearVision Institute
Located in Eugene, OR, Pacific ClearVision Institute has provided expert eye surgery services to the Pacific Northwest community since 1989. In addition to cataract surgery, the company offers LASIK laser vision correction, refractive surgery, reconstructive eyelid and eyebrow surgeries, and general ophthalmology. On the PCVI website, patients and interested parties can schedule an appointment, learn more about services, and get educated on vision-related topics through their original blog.
One satisfied patient said, “In June of 2012 we were visiting Eugene and my cataract had progressed to a level that made it uncomfortable to read, drive, or watch TV. We contacted Pacific ClearVision and were very pleased to find out they could provide the care we needed.”
Interested parties can learn more by visiting https://pcvi.com
Pacific ClearVision Institute
1125 Darlene Lane Suite 100